The Doing Development Differently (DDD) manifesto is an important synthesis of emerging principles that can help those involved in aid and development to have greater impact. It emphasises the need for problems to be locally defined and solutions to be locally owned, and the need for development actors to be more agile and responsive.

Latest Publications

Made by Women: Dignified Work in Asia Impact Report 2017

  • Countries: Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Lao People's Democratic Republic, Myanmar, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Viet Nam
  • Published: November 2017

Self-recovery from disasters: an interdisciplinary perspective

  • Countries: Nepal, Philippines, Global
  • Co-authors: ODI, University College London, British Geological Survey
  • Published: October 2017

The impact of cash transfers on resilience: A multi-country study

  • Countries: Ethiopia, Niger, Zimbabwe, Global
  • Published: August 2017

Monitoring and evaluation of cash transfer programmes for resilience

  • Countries: Ethiopia, Niger, Zimbabwe, Global
  • Published: August 2017

Managing cash-based programmes in a volatile markets context

  • Countries: Zimbabwe, Global
  • Published: July 2017

Partnering with Mobile Network Operators in Zimbabwe to deliver humanitarian cash transfers

  • Countries: Zimbabwe, Global
  • Co-authors: World Vision
  • Published: July 2017